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Director of Development and Marketing
MHA seeks experienced fundraiser to engage in fund development and oversee marketing activities. Successful candidate will be a leader, motivator, strong communicator and a strategic thinker.  Position is responsible for developing and executing a comprehensive fundraising program to secure financial support including annual campaign, major gifts, and corporate sponsorships and gifts. Requires exceptional written and verbal skills, well-honed computer skills (a working knowledge of e-Tapestry or similar software a plus), the ability to work in a fast-paced environment, and a strong collaborative work ethic. Send cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to Shannon Aleshire at saleshire@fcmha.org. EOE.
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Part Time Evening/Weekend Receptionist
PT Evening/Weekend Receptionist to greet and assist evening/weekend clients. Good communication and administrative skills required. High School diploma required. $10/hour. E-mail letter of interest and resume to Nancy Miller, Mental Health Association of Frederick County, nmiller@fcmha.org  EOE.

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Resource Center Specialist-Carroll County
MHA is currently looking to fill the position of Resource Center Specialist in Carroll County. This position provides customer assistance, technical assistance and support to child care providers, potential child care providers and others. This position is 24 hours per week and requires a high school diploma, strong written, verbal and computer skills and the ability to interact professionally with others. Interested candidates should email a cover letter and resume to ldrgos@fcmha.org

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